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Chipper wool bustle dress in white and cranberry, c. 1887 Labeled J. J. Milloy. Note strong nod to military details in collar, shoulders with "epaulets" and so on. Via Musée McCord Museum

Der Bazar 1887: Brownish-red flanel morning gown; 14. front part's insertion, 15. front part, 16. back part in half size, 17. standing collar in half size, 18. and 19. lapel parts, 20. and 21. sleeve parts, 22. and 23. cuff parts

Der Bazar 1887: Brownish-red flanel morning gown; 14. front part's insertion, 15. front part, 16. back part in half size, 17. standing collar in half size, 18. and 19. lapel parts, 20. and 21. sleeve parts, 22. and 23. cuff parts

I totally should've bought fleece instead of wool for my bustle coat. Hancock was even having a Fleece Fest last week. And be sure to check out the hood! 1880s Met Museum

I totally should've bought fleece instead of wool for my bustle coat. Hancock was even having a Fleece Fest last week. And be sure to check out the hood! 1880s Met Museum

~Traveling suit worn by Louise Whitfield on April 22, 1887 during the evening of her quiet wedding to Mr. Andrew Carnegie of New York while aboard the steamship Fulda on her way to European honeymoon. Designed for her travels, this practical ensemble consists of skirt w 2 bodices, extra set of cuffs, collar and front gold embroidered pastron insert of red silk velvet for more formal occasions. Costume Institute at The Met~

~Traveling suit worn by Louise Whitfield on April 22, 1887 during the evening of her quiet wedding to Mr. Andrew Carnegie of New York while aboard the steamship Fulda on her way to European honeymoon. Designed for her travels, this practical ensemble consists of skirt w 2 bodices, extra set of cuffs, collar and front gold embroidered pastron insert of red silk velvet for more formal occasions. Costume Institute at The Met~

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